John T. Bruer, Ph.D., President
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Bruer, J.T. (2009). Mapping Cognitive Neuroscience: Two-Dimensional Perspectives on Twenty Years of Cognitive Neuroscience Research. In M.S. Gazzaniga (Ed.) The Cognitive Neurosciences (4th Ed) , (pp 1221-1234). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Bruer, J.T. (2002). Avoiding the pediatrician's error: how neuroscientists can help educators (and themselves). Nature Neuroscience, 5, 1031-1033.
Full Text Bruer, J.T. (2002). A path not taken [Review of the book Early experience and the life path, by A.M. Clarke, & A.D.B. Clarke]. Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 47(3), 268-270.
Full Text Bruer, J.T. (1999). Neural connections: Some you use, some you lose. Phi Delta Kappan, 81(4), 264-277.
More Info Bruer, J.T. (1999). The myth of the first three years: A new understanding of early brain development and lifelong learning. New York, NY: The Free Press.
Bruer, J.T. (1999). In search of…brain-based education. Phi Delta Kappan, 80(9), 648-654.
Bruer, J.T. (1998). Brain science, brain fiction. Educational Leadership, 56(3), 14-18.
Bruer, J.T. (1998). The brain and child development: time for some critical thinking. Public Health Reports, 113(5), 388-397.
Full Text Bruer, J.T. (1998). Let’s put brain science on the back burner. NASSP Bulletin, 82(598), 9-19.
Full Text Bruer, J.T. (1993). The mind’s journey from novice to expert: If we know the route, we can help students negotiate their way. American Educator, 17(2), 38-46.
Bruer, J.T. (2002). Herbert Spencer Lecture: A rational approach to education: integrating behavioral, cognitive, and brain science [PowerPoint Slides]. Presented at Oxford University (event), Oxford, United Kingdom.
Bruer, J.T. (2002) Where are the bridges between cognitive neuroscience and education? Which "bridges" may not yet be possible? [PowerPoint Slides]. Presented at Harvard University (event), Cambridge, MA.
Bruer, J.T. (1999). Bridging brain, mind and behavior: The fundamental role of behavioral science in understanding the mind-brain [PowerPoint Slides]. Presented at the Vassar Talk Seminar (event), Poughkeepsie, NY.
View Bruer, J.T. , Levitt, P., McCandliss, B. (1999). Brain science & education: Current misconceptions, future challenges and opportunities [PowerPoint Slides]. Presented at the AERA talk (event).